We did a show with Jimi later at the Saville Theatre where he had Marshall and Sound City stacks together. // ]]> -->. Information I've been able to gather indicates that this is closely coupled with the previous P.T. Click to view larger version. Ecouvillon; Flûte traversière; Occasion dès 371,70 € Vendez le vôtre. Pete Townshend, de son vrai nom Peter Dennis Blandford Townshend est né le 19 mai 1945 à Ealing, right Londres. personne a essayé une tête hiwatt à lampes et la nouvelle série ? 892 and SE4123 stack, courtesy Brad Rodgers, whocollection.com. Second batch of CP103 model; at least one made. Click images to view larger versions. 1981, three Hiwatt CP103 amps in custom rack, topped with Roland Dimension D SDD-320. Click to view larger version. Rock; CD Album; Occasion dès 35 € Vendez le vôtre. Hiwatt CP103 Courtesy Robert Scholz. 1981, three CP103 amps in custom rack, topped with Roland rackmount Dimension D SDD-320 Chorus. Well, it was a brilliant amp very loud and quite trebly sounding with a sharp edge/presence and as a Who fan I did a lot of heart-searching before I put it into Christie’s, but it was time for a change of guitar setup and I could not afford to keep it given it was now a valuable item and gigging it was a concern. IIRC, Hiwatt began as Sound City modified to Pete's specs. I’ve had a wide variety of guitars; one of the best was a Gibson Stereo; I shoved it into the amp, once, and it broke. Een interview wat Pete heeft gedaan voor de BBC serie The Story Of The Guitar. Ca. In 2016, Gibson introduced another Pete Townshend Gibson Les Paul Deluxe series, based on Pete’s 1976 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe Gold Top that he smashed at the Boston Gardens on 1 April 1976, and is now displayed at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. The amp still has some Mullard valves in it. Guitar is SG Special. (dcsbulldog.tripod.com). PT: I’ve tried various speakers in the cabinets but I couldn’t tell you what’s in them now. 10 Dec. 1968, the Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus rehearsals, with unbadged Sound City L100 amplifier head, with Hiwatt-style chicken head knobs, and the two 200w 4×12 cabinets are either Sound City 4×12 cabinets with Hiwatt badges or early herringbone grillecloth Hiwatt SE4122 cabinets. Do I regret it? // ]]> -->, 14 Feb. 1970, Leeds University, stage setup of Pete’s rig, one customised Hiwatt DR103 and two CP103 amps with four Hiwatt 4×12 cabs. Pete Townshend’s use of modified Sound City amplifiers in 1967 and 1968, and his use of Hiwatt-badged Sound City amplifiers in 1968 and 1969. 21 Aug. 1972, KB-Hallen, Denmark, typical stage setup of Pete’s rig. For more, see Terms of Use. Guitar > Marshall Supa-Fuzz > splitter cable > Grampian Reverb > Sound City/Marshall amps 1 & 2 Inputs > Marshall 4×12 1960A/1960B and/or 1982A/1982B cabinets, Guitar > Marshall Supa-Fuzz > splitter cable > Grampian Reverb > Amps 1 & 2 Inputs > Marshall 4×12 1960A/1960B and/or 1982A/1982B or Sound City 4×12 cabinets, Guitar > Marshall Supa-Fuzz >Junction/splitter box or splitter cable > Grampian Reverb > Amps 1 & 2 Inputs > Sound City 4×12 cabinets, Guitar > Dallas Arbiter Fuzz Face > Junction/splitter Box > Amps 1 & 2 > Sound City 4×12 cabinets, Guitar > Univox Super Fuzz > Junction/splitter box > Amps 1 & 2 Inputs > Sound City or Hiwatt 4122 or 4123 4×12 cabinets. 1980) to reduce stage volume. In 2000, Hiwatt U.K. issued a signature Pete Townshend model to commemorate this amplifier, which Pete briefly used onstage for early 2006 shows. I used to use Fenders; I had a Fender Pro and a Fender Vibrasonic and a Fender Bassman top, and I used to drive Marshall 4×12’s with those amplifiers. Vous cherchez un Hiwatt 70' désespérément !? // ]]> -->. It seems that the amp has been used with another (HM-hard rock) band, as it is tagged on one side? The two amplifiers employed each drive one or both (when not dummies) of the top two SE1123 4×12s. The Genius Of Pete Townshend - The Who / CD. többszörös díjnyertes brit rockgitáros, énekes, dalszövegíró, zeneszerző és író.. Townshend az 1960-as években a The Who gitárosaként és fő dalszerzőjeként vált ismertté. // ]]> -->, 29 Sept. 1969, Amsterdam, Concertgebouw, rear view of amplifier setup. // ]]> -->. This is the box used to blend the Fishman Power … These amps were customised for Pete and John by Dave Reeves of Hylight Electronics, the maker of Hiwatt amplifiers (and who originally worked at Sound City, a division of Dallas Arbiter), presumably to what would be the CP103 specification. Ca. // ]]> -->. A Hiwatt CP103 amplifier, owned by Olle Lundin, author of “The Who In Sweden.”. . This amp is owned by collector Robert Scholz. 14 Dec. 1969, stage setup of Pete’s rig, one customised Hiwatt DR103 (top) and two CP103 amps with offset panel text, with four Hiwatt 4×12 cabs. And when he hits that A chord, he does it like nobody else can. Over the years, Pete Townshend has used many types of amplifiers, including Vox, Selmer, Fender, Marshall, Hiwatt etc., sticking to using Hiwatt amps for most of four decades. This more closely approximates the vibration cycle of the acoustic, and suits my rhythm style far better than charged-up, overwound pickups that whine on for hours. [CDATA[ The newer Hiwatt UK sold the head to another collector who had it for a few years. Only the cord has been modified. While most of the dirt on the Live at Leeds guitar tone comes from cranking the living daylights out of the Hiwatts, there are some points where Pete Townsend will kick on a Univox Super Fuzz, an old germanium diode-equipped fuzz pedal that has achieved near mythic status in the last couple of years, garnering very high prices on the used market. ce serait intéressant . Pete Townshend est l’électricité. Pete’s Pete Cornish piezo/magnetic splitter box. [CDATA[ , Click to view larger version. They definitely do the Hiwatt thing and are good for about 22 watts. your own Pins on Pinterest // ]]> -->. // ]]> -->, 29 Sept. 1969, Amsterdam, Concertgebouw, rear view of amplifier setup, with spares in wait. Speaker cabinets are two horizontal unbadged 8×10 Marshall PA cabinets cabinets and four Sound City 200w 4×12s with herringbone grillecloth. cabs. 892 and SE4123 stack close-up, courtesy Brad Rodgers, whocollection.com. It was The Who’s John Entwistle who first traded in his Marshall stacks in favour of Sound City at the beginning of 1967. One great example of why that is so is Pete Townshend. 100 Watt . Guitar is Fender Stratocaster. Some with Hiwatt-style chicken-head knobs; others with flat, round knobs. Associated images are included for reference only and are the property of the original owner. . Hiwatt CP103 amp (serial no. Customised by Dave Reeves, Hylight Electronics. Top amp: Sound City L100; bottom two amps: customised Hiwatt DR103, customised to the CP103 specification. PT: I use the input full up to get the distortion and then turn the guitar down to control the amount of distortion from the guitar. For more, see whocollection.com. On recent tours he’s playing through a Vibro-King with the Vibro-King extension cab, so it’s three 10s and two 12s. The amplifiers with black control panels in the photos here are actual Hiwatt CP103 amplifiers, with “The Who” faceplate, which Pete began using in early 1970. 1971–2 (Circa) Click images to view larger versions. This amp was used as the reference model for the Signature Series amps that Hiwatt UK has recently released. [ed note: This refers to Pete’s statement of using dummies for the bottom cabinets. In fact, I never used Marshall in the beginning at all. pete has been of great influence in my playing... i always snapped strings in the old days these days i'm playing .012's. Re: Hiwatt amp serial no. PT: One amp and two 4 × 12 cabinets. 14 Feb. 1970, Leeds University, stage setup of Pete’s rig, one customised Hiwatt DR103 and two CP103 amps with four Hiwatt 4×12 cabs. Reactions: TA22GT, supergenius365 and RAG7890. [CDATA[ Used 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1982, 1985, 1999 (onstage as backup 2000–2002). , 2 Aug. 1968, the Singer Bowl, New York, with two customised Sound City L100 amplifiers, with four Sound City 200w 4×12s with herringbone grillecloth. It’s missing the back panel, and in the last rehearsal space move I lost the old-style “kettle lead” for the mains power. October 1976, Pete’s rig, with three CP103 amps in rack unit, six Hiwatt SE4123 4×12 cabinets, with one stack loaded with JBL K120 12″ speakers. I’ll probably put in a standard IEC socket so I can use a standard mains lead. Ca. “We took the whole equipment thing to America, lock stock and barrel. Either way, Pete began an association with an amp builder named Dave Reeves who was then working at Sound City Amps. Some with Hiwatt-style chicken-head knobs; others with flat, round knobs. Therefore, we have amended other such references to reflect only the 1980–81 era as Pete using dummy cabinets (other than early on — e.g., 1964 and 1965).]. . This amp was sold on auction at Christie’s of London, May 1995, and is now display at the Hard Rock Museum in Orlando, Fla., USA. A 50-watt version of the amp designed to the same specifications as the amp used extensively by Pete Townshend of The Who. But oddly enough, from mid 1967 to late 1968, Pete used Sound City L100 100watt amplifiers posing as Hiwatts. (Including Keith's Pictures of Lily-kit) Pete Townshend is the boss ! Another of Pete’s Hiwatt cabs and road case that was used with The Who during the 70’s. For effects in his classic setup, through 1978, he used a Univox Super-Fuzz pedal; and from 1979–1985 an MXR Dyna Comp pedal. This is much later, but all I know is once I found the Hiwatt amplifier I stuck with it. February 1969, with Gibson SG Special and Sound City/Hiwatt rig. Used by Pete Townshend and The Who. document.write('Photo: Barrie Wentzell'); I think we all helped one another, and it was like a tidal wave. Pete favored the Hiwatt amps and speakers from the late 1960's all the way through the 1982 era. For other people with similar names, see Peter Townsend and Peter Townend. . Guitar is Gibson SG Special. Excerpts from an interview with John Entwistle and Pete Townshend conducted June 18, 1967, in San Francisco, just prior to the Who’s appearance at the Monterey Pop Festival. 715), likely from 1969, with the pre-CP103-style customisation, courtesy James Stevenson, guitarist of the Alarm and Gene Loves Jezebel. Instrument De Musique : Flûte Traversière - Hiwatt / Ecouvillon. document.write('Photos: The Who Concert Guide and Bill Stokley.'); document.write('Photo: Barrie Wentzell'); S / No 71X . Guitar is Fender Electric XII 12-string. He fixed things at first, repairing hifi sets and televisions as well as musical intrument amplifiers. Probably, but it did get me a new guitar and complete amp/speaker setup! Click images to view larger versions. Click to view larger version. Instead, his main guitar rig on classic Who albums like Who’s Next and Quadrophenia was a 1959 Gretsch 6120 plugged into a 1959 Fender Bandmaster amp. [CDATA[ The stage amplifier Pete Townshend used almost exclusively from 1969 to 1982. Apr 13, 2012 - This Pin was discovered by jojo lapin. Pete Townshend a été aussi le premier à placer des boucles sonores de synthétiseurs sur des chansons rock (album Who's Next en 1971, Won't Get Fooled Again et Baba O'Riley) et à écrire des opéras rock (la chanson A Quick One, While He's Away en 1966, préfigurant Tommy en 1969). Sold on auction at Christie’s of London, May 1995. Amplifier heads were often numbered in the early ’70s as well. . I used to work in Southend next to the old Dan Reeves location. Guitar is Fender Stratocaster. Displayed at the Rock & roll Hall of Fame from April of 1998 to January of 2007. Associated images are included for reference only and are the property of the original owner. It has not been verified as an actual Who-related unit. From left to right, the controls: Early versions had various block script Sound City nameplate badges, but beginning in late 1968, the badges were removed so that some were unbadged and some featured Hiwatt nameplate badges. Ca. Plus, control panel labels were taped over to further mask the Sound City origin. I think they built 4 or 2 promotional cabs, when they did their “Townshend” signature series. Hiwatt heads can be seen on the January 8 1969 Toby Jug (and subsequent) pictures on the cornick.org website. Non-Whotabs links are provided for informational purposes only and are not controlled or monitored by Whotabs. Photo: David Hickes. The British Amp Invasion: How Marshall, Hiwatt, Vox And More Changed The Sound Of Music - Dave Hunter / Livres en langue étrangère. One of the employees there had been in a band called Kit & the Outlaws who had some local notoriety and opened up for the Who when they first played Dallas. February–March 1969, recording sessions for Tommy, with Pete playing a 1968 Gibson SG Special. The first actual Hiwatt-labeled models featured the same circuit as the CP103 but did not feature the “The Who” branded control panel faceplate. - Puissance : 100W. The controls on the customised L100s were identical to the CP103 control layout. Hiwatt DR103 with CP103-style four-channel customisation Courtesy Alarm and Gene Loves Jezebel Guitarist James Stevenson. I used to use Fenders; I had a Fender Pro and a Fender Vibrasonic and a Fender Bassman top, and I used to drive Marshall 4×12’s with those amplifiers. Likely retained by Alan Rogan. I’m also very keen on clean, enhanced treble of the Gibson variety, but with no sustain. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treble, Bass, Master Volume. They were unaware of what they had. 12 June 1967, multiple shots of two customised Sound City L100 amplifiers, each with different blockscript Sound City nameplate badge; topped by a Grampian Reverb unit. Pete and Kevin were gear-hunting for the right rig for the show. Amplifiers are three Hiwatt CP103s, topped with Roland SDE-2000 DDL digital delay rack unit. For 1969, the rebadged Sound City cabs gave way to Hiwatt 4122 or 4123 4×12 cabinets.